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Enterprise 2.0 Pilots

Are pilots on Enterprise 2.0 projects a good idea? I chime in with my own thoughts on the subject.

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New York Times’ TechTalk Podcast

My NY Times’ Tech Talk podcast is up. I’m one of several guests. My piece is about 21 minutes in and lasts about eight minutes.

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Social Media’s Internal Impact

I recently did an interview with Jay Baer in which I discuss the internal impact of social media and networking. You can read the entire interview by clicking here.

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My CS TechCast Interview on Disruptive Technologies

I recently did an interview with Eric Beehler in which I discuss disruptive technologies and my new book, The New Wave of Technologies.

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Interview with Andrew Filev of Wrike on Enterprise 2.0 Project Management

In this interview, I discuss with Andrew Filev of Wrike some of the differences between Enterprise 1.0 and 2.0 projects, collaboration, and other topics.

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Win an Autographed Copy of The Next Wave of Technologies

A little contest to win a copy of the book.

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Be Your Own PR Firm

Whether you’re promoting a book, ebook, or white paper, you should be able to benefit from the advice dispensed in this post.

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Looking for Endorsements for My Next Book

I’m on the lookout for folks interested in an early review copy of my next book. My publisher certainly has some resources and connections but I can’t imagine the harm in those who peruse my site.

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What is Enterprise 2.0 and Why You Should Care

Now is an exciting–some would say chaotic–time in the technology world. I’d be lying if I wrote that I could predict the future, but I’m hardly going out on a limb by stating that the technology landscape now will look quite a bit different in five years compared to today. The ways that people use technology are changing as fastas I can write.

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